A selection of outlets Katherine Goldstein and The Double Shift have been featured on.
"Katherine Goldstein has done America's best research on working mothers."
- Hanna Rosin, author and host of NPR’s Invisibilia, and co-host of The Waves.
“In this departure from the usual storytelling for The Double Shift, host Katherine Goldstein shares her own story about working as a mother. Spoiler alert: reporting on it doesn’t make it easier. Goldstein shares the ups and downs of raising her show along with raising a family, but luckily for us, her openness and transparency demonstrates her incredible prowess while sharing and examining the hard stuff in touching and poignant narrative form.”
— Bello Collective names The Double Shift a Top Podcast of 2019
“Working while parenting is something we're thinking a lot about on the team right now. If you are too, try The Double Shift, a new show about working moms, and how they are (and aren't) supported by their workplaces and our larger social safety net. We really like a recent episode of theirs about moms who work in legal brothels in Nevada, and how to handle maternity leave when you're a sex worker.”
— Death, Sex, and Money Newsletter: Audio We Love
“Each episode cover real stories of working mums and not the cookiecutter vanilla 'how does she do it?' style narratives we are used to hearing. “
— Podcasts to Lighten the Parenting Load Stuff.co.nz (New Zealand)
The Double Shift has been named a best podcast of 2019 by Bello Collective and a best podcast of 2019 by Audible Feast.
NPR Weekend All Things Considered: New Podcast ‘The Double Shift’ Explores What it Mean to be a working mom
Parade.com: The Second Season of Double Shift Is On Our Must-Listen List, and Here’s Why
NBC News: 5 Awesome podcasts working moms should be listening to right now
Fast Company: This podcast gives voice to working moms of all kinds—including sex workers
Inside.com: Best Kept Secret Podcasts, recommended by Podcast librarian Ma’ayan Plaut
Yahoo Finance: How To Stop Bias Against Mothers in The Workplace
IndyWeek: The Double Shift Documents Working Motherhood Without Sentimentality
WUNC’s The State of Things: Vote For Mom! Mothers Go From Working In An Office To Holding One